Abu Dhabi Chamber explores economic cooperation with Mexico

By Shilpa Annie Joseph, Official Reporter
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The Abu Dhabi Chamber of Commerce & Industry’s (ADCCI) Director-General Mr. Mohamed Helal Al Mheiri has discussed ways to strengthen economic cooperation with Mr. Luis Alfonso De Alba Gongora, Ambassador of Mexico to the UAE, and the accompanying delegation.

The meeting, attended by Mr. Helal Mohamed Al Hameli, Deputy Director-General of the Abu Dhabi Chamber, discussed boosting trade cooperation and opening up new doors for economic relations between the two sides. The meeting was held at the Chamber’s headquarters in Abu Dhabi.

“We will make sure to provide the support necessary to strengthen the cooperation between the business community in Abu Dhabi with its counterpart in Mexico,” Mr. Al Mheiri said, highlighting the need to enhance the level of economic cooperation and to focus on priority and added value sectors, including agriculture, manufacturing, general trade, and other development sectors.

For his part, Ambassador Gongora commended the strong Emirati-Mexican relations, describing it as a strategic model partnership.

The Ambassador added that “the relations between Mexico and Abu Dhabi specifically are witnessing a rapid growth rate, noting that there are many promising opportunities on both sides considering their huge economic potentials.”

Further, Mr. Gongora called on Emirati investors to leverage the facilities his government provides for foreign investors and described Abu Dhabi’s business environment as an attractive investment destination.

Recently, Abu Dhabi Chamber and Costa Rica explored ways to boost economic partnerships between businesses. Furthermore, the two sides exchanged their point of views on the latest economic updates of shared interests.

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